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2002 Stories by David Cook

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  • Saadet Türköz

    published November 6, 2002

    Earlier this year at the Berkeley Art Museum, Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado's "Migrations" exhibit showcased the stark... More >>

  • Ace of Bass

    published October 30, 2002

    For some people, the list of groundbreaking jazz bassists begins and ends with Charles Mingus, who passed away in 1979. Perhaps it's Mingus' sheer... More >>

  • Give the Drummer Some

    published August 28, 2002

    On the evolutionary food chain of the music scene, drummers have to rank near the bottom, right between roadies and unruly fans. Drummers can be... More >>

  • Who's Bad?

    published July 31, 2002

    Michael Jackson's Thriller sold more than 50 million copies worldwide, spawned seven Top 10 hits, inspired a dance and fashion craze, and... More >>

  • Tenor Madness

    published April 3, 2002

    When it comes to Sonny Rollins, it doesn't take much prompting to solicit superlatives from jazz stars. Joshua Redman, the 33-year-old Berkeley... More >>

  • Dramatic Readings

    published January 23, 2002

    Legend has it that Allen Ginsberg's career officially began in October 1955 with his groundbreaking reading of "Howl" at the former Six Gallery.... More >>

  • Hitting the Biggi Time

    published January 2, 2002

    Over the past several years, a creative-music pipeline between Europe and the Bay Area has brought great jazz artists here, among them bassist... More >>

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